DONALD J. STIERMAN
Ph.D. (Geophysics), 1977, Stanford University (Dissertation: A study of stress-induced velocity variations in situ; Robert L. Kovach, principal advisor).
M.S. (Geophysics), 1974, Stanford University.
B.S. (Physics), 1969, State University of New York at Brockport.
1984 – present: Assistant/Associate Professor of Geophysics, Department of Geology/Earth, Ecological & Environmental Sciences, The University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio 43606.
1992-present: Associate Director, Latin American Studies Institute, The University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio 43606.
1977-1984: Assistant Professor of Geophysics/Assistant Research Geophysicist, Department of Earth Sciences/Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, The University of California, Riverside, CA.
1969-1972: Peace Corps Volunteer; physics instructor, Escuela Superior del Profesorado "Francisco Morazán", Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
1985-1992: Geophysicist (part-time), U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, National Center for Earthquake Research.
1980-present: Consultant (part-time) to various clients, applied environmental and engineering geology and geophysics.
1974-1975: Geophysicist (part-time), U.S. Geological Survey, Menlo Park, CA, National Center for Earthquake Research.
2001 Stierman, Donald J. and J. Elliott, Buried Impact Craters Revealed by Filtering Gravity Data; Abstracts with Programs, 35th Annual Meeting, North-Central Section, Geological Society of America, page A-13.
2000 Stierman, Donald J., Evidence for upturned rim rocks, Liberty Crater, Seneca County, Ohio; Abstracts with Programs, 34th Annual Meeting, North-Central Section, Geological Society of America, p. A-62.
M.S. thesis topics available
Geophysical mapping of groundwater geology, Oak Openings Nature Preserve, Lucas County, Ohio
Geophysical mapping of archaeological sites in northwest Ohio
Various opportunities may develop for field research in Honduras.
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